New Greener platform wants to help SMBs choose sustainable operations

by Sophie Berrill
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This week, Cleantech startup Greener launched a new initiative that aims to help small and medium businesses (SMBs) in Australia transition to sustainable practices. 

The certified B corp says Greener for Business removes the pain points of implementing sustainable practices which have traditionally been time-intensive and costly. 

The new solution provides a step-by-step action plan to transform user operations across key emissions areas such as energy, waste, electrification, packaging and logistics. It also provides a central source of available government rebates and an ability to track potential savings.

“For example, switching to LED lighting could save the average small business upwards of $2,300 and take the equivalent of 3.8 cars off the road in emissions per year and high-impact changes like installing rooftop solar could save businesses upwards of $7,000 per year on their electricity bills in less than five years,” a statement from Greener reads. 

Greener for Business

Greener for Building directs users to partner suppliers such as Origin, the Australian Retailers Association (ARA), Sendle, Mr Yum, Shopline, and Better Packaging Co.

“We know small and medium businesses are the backbone of Australia’s economy, but many are also cash-strapped, time-poor, and under a huge amount of pressure to just keep their heads above water,” says Greener founder Tom Ferrier.

“That’s why we’re working hard to help them get greener and save money at the same time.” 

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